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RE: La Machine Est Morte, Vive La Machine!--Addendum to last post
- Subject: RE: La Machine Est Morte, Vive La Machine!--Addendum to last post
- From: "Harry Binswanger" hb@xxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2014 11:50:18 -0400
Oh, I forgot to say that I also use Eudora. In fact two of them
>Other than that, I have yet to find any program (including
>PhotoShop) that doesn't run splendidly on the 32bit OS.
I am baffled by this remark as I find myself, daily, speedily
running out of resources on Win 7-64 with 16 GB RAM. Subjectively,
I found moving from 32 to 64 increased speed. I find that both Win
7-64 and Win 8-64 get bogged down easily. I sometimes wonder if
this is related to my insistence on continuing to use Eudora, a
program which now really does need an update it will apparently
[HB:] The difference must be due to something other than that
between 32bit and 64bit Win7. I keep about a dozen items open on
the task bar and often have 20 or more tabs in Chrome--no problem.
Now I do use a plug in for Chrome that takes memory away from
inactive tabs:"T abMemFree 0.1.3.2
Lower RAM and CPU consumption by parking idle tabs"
I am using a Lenovo laptop X230. And I'm running 3 external
monitors! I know you spoke to resources, but with regard to speed,
I love my SSD.